We are thrilled to be partnering with Coles again in 2022 in the lead-up to Anzac Day.​

Over the past 8 years Coles has helped Bravery Trust rebuild the lives of Aussie veterans, providing emergency assistance to veterans injured during service.​

The Coles partnership not only raises vital funds for urgent support such as food vouchers, medical expenses and housing; it creates an opportunity to reflect on those who have recently served or are currently serving, and the sacrifices being made by their families

To help reach more veterans in need, Coles will donate 50 cents from every Coles brand bakery 12 Pack cookies or biscuits sold from April 20 to 25 to Bravery Trust to help veterans injured during service.  And Coles will assist with community engagement by displaying Bravery Trust branding in stores across Australia.

You can help us spread the word even further!

Head in store from April 20 to April 25, take a photo with a 12 pack of Coles Bakery biscuits and upload to your Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) with the hashtag #anzacbiscuitchallenge. Write your own message or copy the following:

  • I’m proud to support Aussie veterans and the work of @Bravery Trust changing the lives of veterans who’ve been injured during service, and their families.
  • Coles is donating 50c from every pack of Coles Anzac Biscuits, and other Coles brand bakery 12 Pack cookies or biscuits, to help Bravery Trust rebuild lives.
  • It’s not just about making a donation, it’s about making a difference! Join the #AnzacBiscuitChallenge
  • #ColesAnzacBiscuits #BraveryTrust #BraveToGive #BraveToAsk #AnzacDay

Tag Coles: Facebook @Coles; Instagram @Colessupermarkets;  LinkedIn

Bravery Trust is a registered business name of the Australian Defence Force Assistance Trust, a nationally registered charity.